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These 8 Indian women on YouTube have legions of fans waiting for their next video, whether it's about fashion, books or home management. Who are your favourite Indian women YouTubers? Share away!
These 8 Indian women on YouTube have legions of fans waiting for their next video, whether it’s about fashion, books or home management. Who are your favourite Indian women YouTubers? Share away!
YouTube is becoming a powerful platform in our day to day lives. From cleaning house and organising to cooking different desi recipes to following current fashions, we can watch and learn it all from YouTube videos. Here are few Indian women on YouTube who create compelling videos on lifestyle related topics in a very simple way.
This channel which has 30000 subscribers is run by Sonali Shekhar, who is passionate about organising. She creates videos on various aspects of our day to day life like time management productivity, de-cluttering, home decor, product reviews, cleaning, and financial management.
One of her popular videos tells you how to organise a walk-in closet:
As the name suggests, this channel by Ekta, a Ph.D student, is about greenery. She uploads videos on how to grow edibles, succulents, flower plants in a small space and related topics. She also offers product reviews in the garden care space and gives tips on decorating plants, along with natural ways to fertilise soil.
One of her most popular videos is on great plants for indoor use in India:
Gita’s kitchen (by Gita of course!) uploads videos on Indian vegetarian cooking along with a few lifestyle management tips on areas like time management, organizing, and parenting. She also uploads videos on English speaking skills, and travelling. This channel is very useful for absolute beginners in the kitchen.
She includes videos with some unusual recipes too, such as this pakoda kuzhambu:
Helly is an Indian book-tuber who is pursuing her graduation currently. From her description itself we know how much she likes book reading and reviewing! Her mission is to make every one a reader. So, her videos mostly include book reviews as well as tips for beginner readers on various genres. She also uploads videos on learning English.
One of her most popular videos is this list of 11 book reccos for newbie readers:
Run by Amrita Ram, the Founder of Totlabs, this channel is mainly about early education and engaging our kids in the Montessori way. She records her son’s activities done following the Montessori way. She also uploads videos on organization, motivation, and Montessori shelf preparation along with age by age activities and product reviews.
One of her super popular videos is on teaching young children the maths concepts.
This Channel is run by Sonali Dabade, the author of two books. This channel is all about her love with books and travelling. She uploads videos on every month’s book hauls, and to-be-read books of the month, along with book reviews. She also uploads videos on travelling from a bookworm’s perspective. While her subscriber base is not as large as the others, she has interesting content such as this one on weird bookish things to do:
This channel is run by Ashu Khatter, who is passionate about home organizing on a budget. She uploads videos on home organizing, interior tips, travelling tips, routines and work life management.
One of her popular videos is on easy laundry management tips:
This is my favourite YouTuber! Her channel is all about global food and lifestyle with an Indian twist. She uploads videos on daily routines, travel vlogs, productivity tips, house management, kitchen tips and financial management. She was also selected for the YTNextUP in 2018.
One of her very popular videos tells you how to organise a small kitchen:
There are other Indian Youtubers whom I follow too such as Sejal Kumar (Fashion YouTuber) and Real Life Real Home as well as global YouTubers like Pick Up Limes, Rachel Tabbott, Clean Your Space, Downshiftology, and Lady A.
Now I want to know, which YouTubers do you follow? Share your best reccos for Indian women on YouTube!
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